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that we chiefs are buying this is because they were appointed by mayors who were elected who are telling them precisely what to do. urban centers -- if i may finish -- urban centers are a liberal bastion. that is not result in warm and fuzzy feelings for the second amendment. >> that is where we see the massacres occurring is in places where guns are banned. you look over the past 20 years all the shooting massacres would occur in places where guns were banned. the ultimate hypocrisy that there is 1800 cops guarding our congressmen on any given day that is why these tragedies are occurring. [talking over each other] [talking over each other] lou: i think we can agree with this. it's a lot more complicated than that. i would say to both sides, do not oversimplify and let's maintain at least some intellectual discussion. mental health in the and the treatment is a relevant issue that should be discussed. these shootings are far more the responsibility of people who are mentally ill and who have not received appropriate treatment than they are of guns. >> go down the list. [talking over eac
going to have a tv dinner over there? neil: it was enough to say that i won this election and i'm going to go with the spending and this will happen. >> he did, he said that. normally with a campaign speech away and now turn the page and say here's a chance to come together. he did say let's come together, but he also said what he said. which is essentially, i won the election, you have to come to me now. it's a combination of things. it's not just the heat won the election, the first big issue was on the fiscal cliff. he kind of cleaned john boehner squat in terms of taxes and revenues. it was all tax increases. $15 million in spending cuts. republicans have to get their acts together to negotiate better on the debt ceiling and other things. neil: what is the overture on the republican party? saying that they are going to push for a three-month extension? >> sure, what i read in it was from a pr standpoint in saying that gets all is a bad idea and will hurt the economy. and for economy a year and a half ago. republicans are saying that maybe it's a smart move in the sense that they wan
watching the inauguration i wondered, did we elected king? america's first inauguration. john adams suggested george washington be called his most benign. fortunately congress insisted on a more modest title. people cheering the president. acting like he would make everything better. >> climate change. >> what do you think the next four years will be like? >> i think it's going to get better. john: what will president obama do about immigration? >> and discernible. john: marijuana. >> i expect the federal government to come in. john: that is our show tonight. >> and now john stossel. ♪ john: to was that guy? anyway, this monday our nation's capital looked like a marquee when a new king is ground. thousands of plot, a cheer. many act like subjects worshiping nobility. economic troubles, why all the pomp? watching, i wondered, should our capital be called imperial washington? maybe ago to far. senator john barrasso attended the inauguration joining us from washington. my imperial washington seems to be a minority opinion. in my being unfair? >> i have been to every inauguration sinc
the inauguration i wondered, did we elected king? america's first inauguration. john adams suggested george washington be called his most benign. fortunately congress insisted on a more mesest title. people cheering the president. acting like he would make everything better. >> climate change. >> what do you think the next four years will be like? >> i think it's going to get better. john: what will president obama do about immigration? >> and discernible. john: marijuana. >> i expect the federal government to come in. john: that is our show tonight. >> and now john stossel. ♪ john: to was that guy? anyway, this monday our nation's capital looked like a marquee when a new king is ground. thousands of plot, a cheer. many act like subjects worshiping nobility. economic troubles, why all the pomp? watching, i wondered, should our capital be called imperial washington? maybe ago to far. senator john barrasso attended the inauguration joining us from washington. my imperial washington seems to be a minority opinion. in my being unfair? >> i have been to every inauguration since i was in my dad
party and here for an election celebration. he misspoke and said, you know, i am happy to be the president of the united states or something like that. jumping the gun a little bit. officials from south carolina and new hampshire. just want to mention that. who knows what the field will look like in a couple of years. a broad overview. not looking backwards but looking forward. giving the grand vision. perhaps, mentioning some of the issues he wants to tackle. gun control, deficit reduction. as you said, waiting on the big details until the state of the union address. neil: you mentioned finding common ground. we may have gotten a hint on that when republicans said they would look at eight debt ceiling it ascension back ago, probably, three months. what do you make of that? don: they would be blamed, roundly, thoroughly if the country went into some kind of default. the strategy, as you have been reporting, has been to try to take this issue off the table and then fight the battle over spending cuts when you have a sequestration cuts scheduled to start march 1. the curr
as it does today in which very important election held in israel or following the inaugural of president obama and the testimony of secretary clinton. that's a con fluns of events unimaginable, but here it is. does this country seem to be projecting a certain knowledge of its interests and a clear set of policies that make sense to the rest of the world whether it be the middle east, north africa, europe, or asia? >> the government is delusional with issues related to islamist, islamist supremists. we had told again and again that the muslim brotherhood are different than al-qaeda. they are moderates. they are evolved. they are people we can work with. yet, look at the bottom line here. who wants the blind shake back? the demands being made again and again for the release of the terrorist we convicted in the 1990s of atrocities against the united states. the brotherhood and al-qaeda wants him back. what does the brotherhood do as soon as they get into power? impose sharia, what they said they would do and what al-qaeda wants to do. lou: at the very same time while egypt is in increasingl
the american people just two weeks before election day. what happened in benghazi, flew in the face of the narrative, the story told by this administration about after the death of osama bin laden. lou: if i may, susan rice, going out, senator mccain took note on september 15, on 5 sunday talk shows, the secretary today, was rather flip ant, i thought, in saying, going on sunday talk shows is not her favorite thing. as if that would be the first condition that would have to be met for her it tracy th addressn people, she assumed no responsibility, no engage. in the process, your thoughts? did she refuse to do so? and you know, how in the world do you deal with the reality a u.n. ambassador lied to the american people. >> my take on the sunday shows that president, white house, the campaign for president's reelection wanted a political operative on those talk shows that give a political message, not a real message, that had to do with our national security and terrorism in the world, susan rice was very willing to be that political operative, that is her history, that is the role sh
everything he ran on, and that's why he won this election by such a big margin over mitt romney. voters elected barack obama to a second term knowing what they were going to get, and everything he talkedded about today, putting people back to work, dwetting the economy back on track for a fair shot. immigration reform, reduction in gun violence, climate change, education, all of those things are what he campaigned on and talked about it in a way showing he has hope, stillments change, but he understands to bring the country forward, he has to do it in a non-traditional way like the campaign. gerri: justin, do you agree? the same old same old? same push, same rhetoric, same positions? >> a different barack obama than in 2004 as rich mentioned than 2008. this is not the post partisan barack obama, but one laying down a marker expanding -- explaning the vision for progressive government, not even a nod whatsoever todd fact that the american people elected republicans to control the people's house, the house of representatives, no nod to the fact there needs to be bipartisan at all whatsoev
. all you have to worry about is the person elected the altar. the woman behind this new business, even when they say it's not, it's always about "money." all right. we start with the first to announce plans on how exactly it hopes to pay for obamacare. a little bit surprising. republican arizona governor says that the tax increase interstate is the answer. the governor proposing a new hospital provided tax, and this is on topple all the taxes we were just three weeks ago. a number of experts and even some hospitals are on board with the governor's new tax hike. with me now is one of them. from the university of arizona public health policy and management professor. welcome to the show. do you think this is a good idea? >> good evening. i think that for arizona this is a very novel and innovative approach to solving a particularly difficult dilemma in getting the 20 percent of arizona is a don't have health insurance coverage. this will get as part way there through medicaid expansion. melissa: stopping about maybe as 6 percent tax. the exact number is not laid out the look to cover the
to solve our problems. this is inauguration day, much like election day after all the votes are tallied and everyone has a mullen of togetherness, showing a willingness to work together. you still have a very divided washington and washington that is trying to wade through these problems with two very different gun and philosophies, two very different ideas on how to achieve success. lori: the president digging in. you mentioned the philosophy. this proposal being floated about. >> right. this is at three day proposal. three months proposal. excuse me. republicans will vote on it in a few days in the house. it has not gone completely shut down, so we may get at three month extension of the debt ceiling. extending that three months republicans are asking that congress pass a budget to be taken political aim at the u.s. senate because in the u.s. senate they have not passed a budget in a few years. with that they get democrats on the record and the senate with a budget which is something that had been hoping to do politically. they don't have any spending cuts as part of this. another par
after the last election will not oppose it any longer. joining us now, manhattan institute fellow, city journal contributing editor to matter it -- heather macdonald. outright amnesty. those used to be fighting words in this country. they are no longer such? >> well, it is called probationary status, which is a euphemism for amnesty. immediately grants probationary status to the illegal aliens in the country, which grants them the right to be here until some future point. basically it's functional legalization. lou: as we believe, just about every one of those senators use the expression defacto amnesty. because of what is happening in this country in various states illegally year get mortgages in many states and originate with a lot of banking institutions, major institutions. it is the fact no amnesty. it is a reality that is being recognized, apparently now by both parties. lou: that is an interesting point, and it undercuts the notion that illegal aliens living in the shadows. in fact, this is not so onerous of conditions. a problem with official amnesty is the moral hazard problem.
wealth is the product of your life. you have elected officials say the we want 60 or 70 percent. no different than the mafia except they are based in washington. >> congressman? >> i simply advocate that people pay a fair share. >> which is what? >> why are taxes so high? i say in this counselry they are high because we have endless wars, the war in iraq will cost us over five trillion and it was unnecessary. people will pay high tax for that. we are expanding our military footprint globally. people will pay taxes for that . we subsidize major corporate interest. people will pay taxes for that . the fed created and bailed out the wall street and picked winners and losers and i voted against that. but we'll subsidicize those practice. japan is starting to take its own destiny in hand by creating the jobs and build the infrastructure. >> hold on, i want to bring wayne in here. >> wayne? >> when the tax rate gets so high. we are number one in all of the developed countries it goes so high, are we driving business over seas? >> you are already driving business over seas that. is goi
, and up the black box law and 2014. if you don't like it, tell your elected officials not to vote for it to fight this, if not, every single car that's being produced today with exception to the german cars will have black boxes on them and they will get to know anything they want to know. right now they collect 17 points of information, think, maybe you'll start getting a ticket in the mail, you drove too fast we don't need the police officers there, stuart, you were driving too fast to work, i'll mail you the ticket. stuart: i can see it coming a mile off, lauren, i really can. i didn't know you were a libertarian. are you? >> who, me? no, i tend to be more on the conservative side especially when it comes to business. stuart: i'm with you all the way. lauren, what a pleasure, thanks for joining us, come again soon, okay? >> thank you, thanks for having me. stuart: check out this live shot of tahrir square. celebrating the revolution, no violence reported, a very big crowd. this from the formerly golden state, that would be california. jerry brown called california a quote, mode
protection program with ever -- whenever budget issues come up. twenty democrats are up for election in 2014. half of them should not be coming back of the continue to vote with obama on tax and spend crazy debt policies which is what they have been doing. i think it is very important for the american people to see what the senate has not done and to force them to act but that. gerri: you sure can't act -- argue with that. the senate has not passed a budget and 1,361 days. let me get a comment. it would stop pay to members of congress if they don't do some of these things, if they don't get a budget resolution. you in favor of that? >> i think it's a good idea for two reasons. senators have not been doing democratic leaders have not been doing their job for a long time. they should not get paid. if they're not willing to do it, the senate should vote them out of positions. also, it gives the attention of average americans who don't know if they have been watching the establishment press that the senate has no passed a budget. they don't know that the president has never gotten a budget in on
proposals and saying he wasn't going to take no for an answer. david: listen, he did win the election. he did advance his agenda items. peter: listen, he did win the election. he did advance his agenda items and talk about them. this was not the state of the union address. that is where the white house says he will get much more specific about his specific proposals. david? david: all right. peter barnes, thank you very much. we're going to have much more on what a second obama term will mean for business coming up with jerry seib. >> the u.s. market will resume trading tomorrow after posting its third straight week of gains with the dow and s&p 500 hitting five-year highs. is this just the beginning of a long lasting market rally? david: let's bring in our market panel. we have peter kenny, a managing director, and also joining us, zephyr management managing director. good to see both of you. do you credit the president with that success, do you credit the federal reserve and its money printing or do you just credit the american economy and its resilience and its ability to come back fro
the chairman after losing both the white house and ten seats in congress to democrats in that 2012 election. his job as head of the national party even as lenient -- louisiana's popular governor and from a republican both cried out for the party's revitalization, new ideas, and the voices. obama administration stalwart treasury secretary gagger and secretary of state clinton bidding farewell to the administration. clinton finally this week testifying on benghazi, trying to explain away one of the administration's biggest failures. another week in which president obama has dispatched vice-president biden to campaign against the second amendment. the president's inaugural this week. next week he launches his campaign for comprehensive immigration reform. next week senator kerry to be confirmed as the next secretary of state as early as tuesday. the president's nominee to replace the outgoing defense secretary, leon panetta, this week maintaining a low profile. secretary panetta competing for media and public attention when he made a surprise announcement as he lifted the ban on female troops
for this. if you're going to elect by the government and put republicans in the house and going to let one of the most liberal presidents since fdr and keep harry reid running the senate and this is what you're going to get and you know, it's hard to feel sorry for the american people on this issue when you put them back into the presidency barack obama, who ignored, ignored his own deficit panel on recommendations. on the other thing, as a tactical matter, the republicans punting, i think it's a smart thing. you know, i think if they're going to really go to battle on this thing, they've got to get their acts together and have a game plan. because i'm telling you-- >> get their ax-- >> and if we default, this country is going to go through some major, major issues, and government's going to stop working and that's going to affect a lot of people. and we have not been through, when two-thirds of the federal government has shut down. >> adam, adam, this is it, charlie put it it in a nutshell, the scare tactic, that we're obligated to this mountain of debt until it falls on top of us, if tha
minutes past the hour, i am patty and brown with your fox news minute. then yahoo! called early elections three months ago expecting and easy victory. the leader must now build a coalition after a strong showing by a new party. he is expected to keep his job. much of the u.s. experiencing the coldest temperature and two years. four deaths are blamed on the cold snap. entergy nuclear manually shut it down on monday. it was the second shut down this month and the six in the past two years. those are your headlines. back to melissa and lori. lori: many thanks. secretary of state hillary clinton defending the response and benghazi. >> we were misled that there were supposedly protest. that was easily -- >> the american people could have known that within days. >> with all due respect, the fact is we had four dead americans. what difference, at this point, does it make? it is our job to figure out what happened and do everything we can to prevent it from ever happening again, senator. lori: secretary clinton will face members about the house in about 40 minutes. it is time for lou dobbs now. l
is renegotiating the eu treaty. timothy geithner at last they will be friday. president obama has elected jack lew. much of the u.s. experiencing the coldest temperatures in two years. for death are blamed on the cold snap. the bitter conditions are expected to stay into the weekend. dagen, back to you. dagen: jamie dimon apologizing. also, stepping up and saying back off. there is more regulation needed. he said all of this at the world economic forum. we are president and chief investment officer. he is in rochester, new york. maybe the only place on the planet that is colder than where you are sitting right now. >> happy to be here. dagen: what do you say to jamie dimon? there was one hedge fund manager that went after him. he said back off. >> well, jamie is right about the capitalization. he has incredibly strong capital. a lot of the standards forced the banks to have more capital, have more liquidity. it really is about rules. some of the most simple rules are the most important ones. banks should have more capital. okay. i have met that. the reserve should carry them through bad times and
control -- neil: running with their tail between their legs, running scaredded, lost the election, doesn't mean they lost the backbone or resolve or whatever used to be in their dna that showed some discipline. they lost that now, and seeded it to a president who talked up entitlements in the speech, talked the merits of government spending, strongly as ronald reagan did, the dangers of government spending, and these might be new times. how do they challenge them? >> well, again, i think they challenged them by getting back on to the floor, get a budget, force a budget to be out there, debate the budget, put the budgets up for across the board vote. make the press deal with the realities of our nation and the size of the government and the tradeoff decisions that must be made, but let the house right the narrative. neil: the media won't play that fight fairly, and republicans, in order to complete that fight, must, like, alcoholics at an aa meeting, come out, stand up, and say, look, look, we -- >> all right -- neil: spent too much and learned the error of of our ways. take it from us. i
acknowledges he won most of the hispanic vote in his re-election with this. >> these senators are trying to cook up their own pathway to citizenship. 6. it is a bipartisan group, four democrats, four republicans. they put out the proposal today. they will have a press conference in the next hour. they're trying to get ahead the president's speech tomorrow in nevada where he will talk up his immigration plan from 2011. like the president this bipartisan plan from these senators would provide this pathway to citizenship. it would include a registration and probation program that would allow the nations illegal immigrants, 11 million of them or so, to stay in the united states and live and work with a green card as long as they paid taxes and penalties and then got in line for proper application for citizenship. but first, these senators want to beef up border security. they want to improve the tracking of legal immigrants who may stay beyond their legal immigration status. they also want to strengthen the ememployment verification system and create a green card system for top foreign colle
recall, in the november election, president obama got about 70% of the obama vote while romney got about 27%. connell: we are bringing brad blakeman and. doesn't senator mccain pretty much sum up the politics of this? >> absolutely. the smart thing is it is not only republicans. they now form an alliance in the senate with democrats. we have to be careful that is aligned does not work into a super committee. what the senate needs to do is lay the groundwork smartly before the president's speech and then sub this out to the committees in the senate in order to do their work. whether it is on border and homeland security, taxation and then the house has to do the same. connell: i want to ask you a question in a moment on what the republicans need to hold out on and not give in on no matter what. all all of the attention, so far, has been given on a pathway to citizenship. a lot of the ceos are very big on this. that should be the thing that the republicans are pushing war than anything else. >> absolutely. we should be providing scholarships and places and our universities for the blind th
if he didn't do it? >> oh, definitely he doesn't care. he doesn't have another election coming up. what does he care? >> we've shown today, we asked president obama after 4 1/2 years of addressing all this concerns and then some, to approve it. now if he doesn't move forward and approve it, i think we've shown that there is bipartisan support in the senate as well as the house it pass the legislation to authorize the project to go forward. i have got 58 votes. i had 58 people supporting the legislation last year. think if the president turns it down this time, i think that we can get the bipartisan sawn support to approve it. melissa: go ahead without him. is that possible? >> i think so. i think that's what we're showinging. there is broad bipartisan support because the american people want this project. they want the energy. they want the jobs. we don't want to be, look what is going on in the middle east. look at the hearings today on benghazi. look what is going on in syria and in iran. we don't want to be dependent on the middle east. melissa: no. absolutely. when you look at a map
business in washington, rough election for them. how does he handle this from a political standpoint? >> well, in the end i think politics is good policy. so everybody has got -- they have to get down to work and put out their best budget in that house and the senate we would to an extraordinary procedure having budgets summits in meetings between the president and leaders in congress. as i said a minute ago, getting the votes for this stuff is really hard. i hope they can do it with the regular process. as the way it's supposed to work. if it does not work they have to get into smaller groups and get down to brass tacks of what it really takes to get this budget straightened out. cheryl: you know, the back room deals that we almost at this point have to depend on because publicly when they go to the microphones they know that they're speaking to the folks at home, if you will, that have to vote for them or not vote for them and with their approval rating solo you have to wonder if there really can work together behind closed doors. >> well, i saw it happen. i was on the simpson bowl
favorable to union people get elected in states like illinois, the union have the members that go out and vote and support those candidates. it's not just a money issue, but it's a personnel issue and as they lose the money, a vicious cycle, we saw it in wisconsin and across the country. i think it's a continuing trend and i cannot wait to see it here in chicago and illinois. stuart: dream on and don't hold your breath. carol ross, thank you very much indeed. nokia down big, scrapping its dividend. nicole, how big are they down. >> scrapping its dividend the first time in 20 years, so really is a big move by the company and a big stock move. down 9.2% right now. of course the latest lumia phone has been good news, but six successive quarterly losses and that's not good news. trying to cut jobs and improve their cost controls, in order to beef up the balance sheet, but they've had a series of credit down grades. the ceo said listen, i want to take away this cloud that looms, there's liquidity concerns and this is why i'm doing it. stuart: i'm just going to update two of the big name st
would week after the election news see the state with the highest poverty rate in the nation is california even higher than the district of columbia. that should be a warning to progressives who maintain the big government model is the path of to prosperity. we argue it is the opposite. texas is a model of how america could be better ride and more prosperity with less government. john: texas gained more than 1 million jobs by paul krugman says in the "new york times" what is of a texas miracle? the employee rate was eight-point to%. that is not great but california was 11.8%. >> they had over 10 percent unemployment every month of brock obamacare presidency until last november. john: still 3 percent higher than texas. >> higher than the national average every month since 1980. john: regulation? >> a huge difference. it was so bad in california the democrats allowed the lot to be passed that sought to find the cost of regulations on small business. arnold schwarzenegger was so embarrassed he did not wanted to come out. be average cost is $133,000 per year with. the legislature
base wanted to hear, what the people who elected him wanted to hear. he's tired of trying to make nice nice with the congress. he wanted to say what he believes. lou: are you saying to hell with republicans is what was in his mind? to hell with half of the country that didn't vote for h? >> this is his vision of the country. i think he wants to be the liberal answer to reagan. >> michael? >> well, if he's tired of working with coness, he didn't have the energy to start with then because he didn't try very hard, and this did strike me, lou, as a kind of joyless event today. i mean, there was a -- of course he's somewhat somber, sort of transfer of power, queue you know in herely, but in reality, there was a scolding tone to a lot of this speech, and it's just this america has failed, america has not lived up to these ideals. that's the undercurrent. i mean, i find that disheartening because i think this is the greatest country, and for him to lecture us we're not good enough, it's demoralizing. lou: it -- your comment about joy, not much it was evident to me either. there were pictures
for their fourth straight winning week. the s&p hasn't been up this many days since president bush won re-election way back in 2004. we have the biggest movers ahead. ashley: meantime european banks are fighting back. they're about to repay hundreds of millions of dollars in emergency loans sending the euro to a 11-month high. currency investor axle merck says the euro could be the rock star this year. he is here to explain. tracy: this blowup capsule the future of space? you heard it about had here first last week. the head of the company that makes nasa's new experiment will tell us how the thing works. and how it is expandable as to inflatable. ashley: there is your space lab right there. tracy: but it is top of the hour. time for stocks as we do every 15 minutes. nicole petallides on the floor of the exchange. >> all right. good way to kick off the hour. let's just get to the markets. i think we'll save ourselves. let's take a look here at the dow, the nasdaq and the s&p. as we noted we've been sitting here at five-year highs and not too far off all-time highs. look at dow industrials. 13,881.
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